Research Fields, Keywords

cultural anthropology, folklore

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • 2015.12

    University of ToyamaFaculty of Humanities   Department of Humanities   Professor  

  • 2011.04

    University of ToyamaFaculty of Humanities   Department of Humanities   Associate Professor  

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Cultural anthropology


Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Transformation of a Frontier Society: Consideration of Settlement Abandonment among the Malo, Mountain Farmers of Southwestern Ethiopia

    Takeshi Fujimoto

    Journal of African Studies   80   15 - 26   2012

    Single Work

  • The Enigma of Enset Starch Fermentation in Ethiopia: An Anthropological Study

    Takeshi Fujimoto

    Cured, Fermented and Smoked Foods: Proceedings of Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2010   106 ( 120 )   2011.08

    Single Work

  • From Festive to Exchange Labor: Changing Cooperative Labor among the Malo, Southwestern Ethiopia

    藤本 武

    Nilo-Ethiopian Studies   18   21 - 36   2013

    Single Work

  • Armed Herders, Unarmed Farmers, and the State: An Analysis of Violent Conflicts in the Middle Omo Valley with Reference to the Cases in Malo, Southwest Ethiopia

    Fujimoto, T.

    Nilo-Ethiopian Studies   13   63 - 77   2009

    Joint Work

Books 【 display / non-display

  • Cured, Fermented and Smoked Foods

    Takeshi Fujimoto (Part: Contributor )

    Prospect Books  2011.06

  • Landscape, Power and Process: Re-evaluating Traditional Environmental Knowledge (edited by S. Heckler)

    Fujimoto, Takeshi (Part: Contributor )


Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • A Byproduct of Resettlement: A Study of Local Responses among the Malo, Southwestern Ethiopia

    IUAES Inter-Congress 2016  2016.05  -  2016.05 

  • More Equal But Rarer: Changing Cooperative Labour Practices Among Malo Farmers in Ethiopia

    17th World Congress of the IUAES  2013.08  -  2013.08 

  • Wheat Culture and Diversity in Change: A Case Study among the Malo, Southwestern Ethiopia

    The 13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology  2012.05  -  2012.05